The Summer 2015 issue is now available
Johns Hopkins Magazine is a quarterly publication that features award-winningstorytelling about the latest in science, medicine, education, technology, engineering, international affairs, and the arts and humanities.
The magazine offers thoughtful and engaging stories drawn from across the university, as well as its alumni.
Recent stories include:
• The story behind a critically acclaimed documentary “Particle Fever,” about the Large Hadron Collider and particle physicists’ search for the Higgs boson.
• Are mistletoe extract injections the next big thing in cancer therapy?
• Lottery tickets encourage materialism, study finds
• A same-sex couple’s struggle to adopt
The iPad app contains all of the content in the print edition, plus web extras, including video and other interactive content. Users can browse and share articles by email and social media.
“Thank you for a consistently top notch, enlightening, and thought-provoking quality magazine.” – Reader testimonial.
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ABOUT JOHNS HOPKINS MAGAZINE
Founded by alumnus Corbin Gwaltney, who would go on to found the Chronicle of Higher Education, the magazine first landed in readers’ mailboxes in 1950.
Published for the graduates, faculty, and friends of a leading university, it was conceived to give readers intellectual nourishment, and over the years has featured thought-provoking and sometimes controversial articles on topics ranging from particle physics to student unrest.
- July 17, 2015 New version 1.7
- September 11, 2014 New version 1.6
- June 08, 2014 Initial release